The Crimson Arts delves into the curricular arts—academic projects, faculty perspectives, and interdisciplinary hidden gems—for its first-ever themed spring supplement.
Every year, the outgoing and incoming execs of The Crimson’s Arts magazine publish a tongue-in-cheek final supplement satirizing both the Arts board of The Crimson and the arts world at large. Check out this year's pieces.
The Crimson Arts Board evaluates the top 10 films of 2015, as decided by our annual survey.
The Crimson Arts board lauds the top 10 albums of 2015, based on our college-wide survey.
Every year, The Crimson's arts board publishes a tongue-in-cheek final supplement satirizing both the art world in general and the arts board of The Crimson in particular. Below are this year's pieces.
From Lana Del Ray to Taylor Swift to Mac DeMarco, the Arts Board picks the year's best records.
Check out the crunched data of the results of the 2014 Arts Year in Review poll, with links to relevant reviews and articles.
A look back on the artistic output of 2014.
The Crimson Arts board presents its cinematic favorites of the year, from "The Grand Budapest Hotel" to "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
The Crimson Arts board predicts the winners for some of the most hotly contested categories at this year's Academy Awards, held on Sunday, March 2nd.
The Crimson Arts Poll was taken by nearly 250 students. Winners included Justin Timberlake, Orange Is The New Black, David Sedaris, Bryan Cranston, and others.
"12 Years A Slave" and "Pacific Rim," "The Great Gatsby" and "Fruitvale Station"—the Crimson Arts board selects its favorite films of the year.
In the first Arts Year In Review special issue, the Crimson Arts board covers the best films and albums of the year and reports the results of the 2013 Arts Poll.
From the ascent of Yeezus to the timeless dance electronics of Daft Punk, smooth pop of Justin Timberlake, and folk melodies of Edward Sharpe, the Crimson Arts board picks the best records of the year.
Mumps Count Rises to 40, Concerning HUHS Director
‘Smelly’ Comment Reignites Free Speech Debate at Law School
A Broken Pipeline: Minority Students and the Pathway to the Ph.D.
Modern Love: We All Have Our Secrets. Here's Mine.
A Decade after FAS Moved to Tenure Track, Math Continues on Separate Path